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Her award for Fosse/Verdon, the actor said, was “an acknowledgment of what is possible when a woman is trusted.”
The acclaimed series created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge swept the comedy category, beating out heavyweights such as Veep and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
Game of Thrones dominated a surprisingly open-minded slate of nods that recognized critical favorites.
In simply joking and pontificating about an absent diversity, the awards show missed yet another opportunity to begin reflecting.
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For the first time, the streaming service received more total nods than HBO, ending the premium-cable channel’s 17-year domination.